|At Wolston House life is conducted at a slower pace. High tea on the verandah need not be hurried. On a Summer’s afternoon the cooling breeze is welcomed, as are you.|
|Wolston House is the oldest surviving residential farmhouse in Brisbane, a pre-Separation structure commenced in brick and completed in stone. The home of a Crown Commissioner for Lands, pastoralists, and dairy farmers, Wolston House on a rise overlooking the Brisbane River is both aesthetically pleasing and, in its fabric, indicative of quality techniques and workmanship of the nineteenth century. |
|Booking Enquiries - 1300 886 511|
Wolston House bookings are taken by the Reservations department at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, the head office of National Trust of Australia – Queensland.
|The Wolston House booklet is now available for $5 plus postage and handling online.|